Moving your digital media assets from storage A to B is one thing - we show you how to move your data to wherever they are needed in an end-to-end workflow - from desk to desk and even to several desks in one move - and this including all transcoding steps and with full metadata integrity, whatever your workflow requires.

Move your media globally - to wherever they are needed

Do you have a centralized newsroom with local bureaus? A regional operation with a central play-out solution? An international station group with foreign correspondent offices? Playout locations with different video servers? However your structures and networks may look, with the incredibly fast growing amount of content today, time and costs for the distribution of this content have become an essential economic factor.

We have the technology to combine your locations and your isolated systems; to distribute, exchange and re-distribute your media data in an end-to-end workflow. Based on cost-efficient IT and networking technologies our products bring immediate ROI compared to satellite transfer or the handling of tapes.

Powerful automation features make the data transport invisible for your staff, so they can concentrate on their core business. Learn how Norwegean's NRK employed Moves Media for the coverage of the Olympic Games in Beijing, a typically very hectic situation where the editors have no space for time-killing extra work in the face of 700 hours of TV content or 2,300 hours of web streams.  

Data and metadata exchange beyond system limitations

Based upon standard IT protocols and independent data formats, information can be changed via every type of network bidirectionally and including metadata, of course.  Whether point-to-point or point-to-multipoint, you receive your media assets in the format that is needed, even if you combine the workflows.

Find out more about how the software-based Media Component Library uses standard IT components and meets the conversion needs of distributed editorial collaboration and Tri-Media distribution.

Read our file transfer case study to learn how the German public broadcast network ARD uses Moves Media to cover their complete workflow with hundred thousands media files from the foreign correspondent's office via the central switching point to all the affiliates, each of which using its own video standard.

Usage Scenarios

3 typical workflows as realized at many customer sites. All processes are fully automatable and can be combined with each other. Of course our possibilities are not limited to these examples. Contact us if you have a special request

  • Transfer: Distribution of media files and metadata via WAN and LAN

Bi-directional file distribution between different locations and redistribution to downstream recipients; including transcoding in a pre-defined target format. 

  • Connectivity: Automated or manual transfer to final destination

Once the content has arrived in the central storage it is redistributed to where it is needed, to a video server for example, including all necessary transcoding steps. Fully automatable processes

  • Contributions: IP based distribution of media files and metadata

Bi-directional file transfer via Internet, a typical solution for foreign offices, 3rd part supply, or whenever a WAN connection is not available; including transcoding in a pre-defined target format.

Why DAVID Systems?

  • Experienced in file transfer since 1995
  • Workflow oriented concept saves time and cost
  • Combinable tools for an end-to-end workflow
  • Highest degree of customer satisfaction
  • Based on industry standards

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